Bequests

Bequest a Living Gift

Your generosity will go on making a difference to the health and wellbeing of families within the greater Wyndham region for many years to come. Through improvements in treatment, better facilities, training or patient care, the people of Wyndham will have access to the very best public hospital care locally.

Your bequest can be made in a number of ways:

A predetermined amount
Allocating a specific amount in your Will is a simple way of making a significant difference. Your predetermined gift will not be impacted by the changing value of your estate or through inflation. Reviewing your Will on a regular basis is also recommended.

Allocating a proportion
Allocating a percentage of the value of your estate ensures that other beneficiaries are not impacted by changes in the value of your estate over time.

grandfather

Non financial Gifts
Your gift, just as important, may not be in the form of money. You might chose to gift shares, property or other assets such as works of art and other collectables – anything of value will assist the Werribee Hospital Foundation in its mission.

A Residual Gift
Understandably you may decide to leave the balance of your estate to Werribee Hospital Foundation after first ensuring family and friends are provided for.

Investments
Investments set up in perpetuity, superannuation, as well as life insurance policies are also effective ways to ensure our future generations can benefit from the very best public hospital care locally.

 

If you are interested in making a lasting gift to the Werribee Hospital Foundation, it is recommended that these options be carefully considered and discussed with your loved ones and with your solicitor.

Bequests provide the opportunity for Werribee Hospital Foundation to help meet changing community needs and to help improve public hospital services for all people living and working in the region.

For more information on making a bequest please contact us info@werribeehospitalfoundation.org.au

family-1827369_1280

INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OPENS AUGUST 2018

The new intensive care unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital has opened and will provide the people of Wyndham more theatres and beds. Hospital waiting times for emergency care and elective surgery will be reduced and patients will get the treatment they need sooner. This significant expansion includes 8 intensive care beds, 6 additional operating theatres,….

more info

CAMPAIGN TO PURCHASE A ROTEM AUGUST 2018

The first Mercy Cup, 4th August 2018. from REEL State Films on Vimeo. Time is critical when dealing with situations involving large blood loss, such as with obstetrics and surgical interventions. Having an advanced diagnostic machine that analyses the coagulation of blood, not only saves time by helping to guide clinical decisions for blood transfusions,….

more info

Campaign to purchase a Rotem

Time is critical when dealing with traumatic injuries and in surgical procedures that may result in heavy bleeding. Having an advanced diagnostic machine that analyses the coagulation of blood, not only saves time by helping to guide clinical decisions for blood transfusions, it most importantly, saves lives. A Rotem blood analyser machine will soon be….

more info